My ex wife is dating
Lay these aside and remind yourself that you are starting fresh.
Under that logic, I've never gotten over anyone in my life. After I last spoke to another fling I never even officially dated, I made sure to unfollow him on Facebook so I didn't have a similar experience.The fact that you broke up wasn't a failure on your part; things just didn't work out, and they might not work out with this new person either. People don't choose people based on checklists; each person will appeal to someone for a different reason. Your ex's new significant other is not your replacement.Your ex moving on is not a testament to your inadequacy. Your relationship was unique and special and nothing can ever take away from that.They may even create a false history and say their spouse was really the one who wanted the divorce and that he or she was cheating all along.I find that when people get upset that their spouse is dating, it isn’t because the person wants to get back together, but rather because it is the point when reality sinks in and there is a finality to the decision they made.I thought since I was the one that asked for this I would be able to walk away without feeling any hurt.
I found out shortly after I left the house that my wife is dating another man. It was not until her repeated rejection to my advancements that I realized that I am no longer the one she wants.
If you were too clingy, face your trust issues and allow her to have her space.
If you were too aloof make an honest attempt to find interest in her work or hobbies and look her in the eye when she shares her thoughts with you. It's easy, because of your history, to jump to conclusions or have preconceived notions of what her motives are or what she's thinking.
I am having a harder time dealing with this than I thought I was going to. I don’t know the whole story and I am not judging you, but I can see very clearly what is going on. Unless you have really ill feelings toward her, why wouldn’t you want her to be happy in her relationship?
Does this mean anything or am I just going through the emotions and this will pass as time moves on? You cheated, asked for a separation, found out your wife was seeing someone, hit on her, and now you are upset that she doesn’t want to get back together?? Your ego is very bruised that your wife decided to get over you and move on. Would you rather she sleep with you, and then regret it when you decide to leave again after realizing you don’t want to be with her?
So, my advice is, if you care for her at all, let her do that. If you were seeing other women in your marriage, she was probably hurt and sad and lonely. I will tell you that how you are feeling is very common.